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In Balance Life

- For Your Soul, Mind, and Body - 

The In Balance Life vision is to travel the journey with you as you find the way of your path. An In Balance Life is an ideal, and we circle around this ideal as we find our truth and learn and grow spiritually. I will listen deeply and support you as you make choices, change, and grow toward your heartfelt and soulful way of being.



I’m excited you found In Balance Life!  I would be honored to join you on your journey as you integrate your mind, body, soul, and spirit to find the path of your dreams. My passion is guiding and supporting you as you walk the journey yet to be explored toward a transformational experience.  If you are distracted by stress, anxiety, depression, or the impacts from trauma or grief and loss, you might find a calming and centering experience in Meditation, Yoga, Sound Healing, Vedic Astrology, Reiki, or Life Coaching.  Regardless of your life path, calm and centered gives us clarity to discern and decide our best direction. There are many ways to begin your journey with In Balance Life.  You might be interested in classes and you may discover a class that fits your intentions. You might want to explore your Vedic Birthchart to learn more about your dharma and the influences that guide you from the planets. Or, if you connect with the idea of coaching, please schedule a complimentary meeting with me to explore options for manifesting your dreams. When you join the In Balance Life community, you will have access to classes and services that focus on you!

Traveling the Journey with You,
Trudy Shea, MSEd, ERYT-200, YACEP

Reiki Master, Certified Crystal Healing and Meditation Teacher, Warriors at Ease Level 1, Somatic Approaches to Healing Trauma/JFK University, AA Vedic Astrology

The Journey

Trudy’s childhood was filled with day after day of nature exploration, animals, learning about woodland herbs from her father and grandmother, and a passion for horses. She says her most important childhood lesson was to surrender to the dense silence of a deep forest without fear. Trudy’s meditation and yoga journeys began in 1968 with Transcendental Meditation. She completed a Mindfulness program at the Center for Greater Good and also follows the work of Jon Kabat-Zinn, Sharon Saltzberg,  Dr. David Frawley, Yogini Shambhavi, Sam Geppi, Dennis Harness, and Dr. Robert Svoboda. In 1980, she became a Reiki Master and in 2002, a certified life coach and owner of In-Balance Life. Trudy teaches classes and workshops for many age groups and body types focusing on deep restoration and whole-body wellness. Her teaching is influenced by Coaching, Somatic Techniques, Reiki, Tai Chi, the Warriors at Ease program for Veterans, Vedic teachings, Astrology, and Ayurveda. Her undergraduate degree in science and music opened the way to explore Sound Healing which facilitates a deep meditative state to balance the body’s energy centers; the chakras. Her passion is guiding people who are experiencing anxiety, trauma, depression, stress, and grief toward transformational change by focusing on mind, body, and spirit integration.

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Yoga Philosophy

Yoga is greater than Asana.  Yoga is a way of life, a way of being authentic as you show up in the world. Although the physical effort and mindful body movement of an asana is important to our practice, it is just one of the practices of the eight practices that provide guidelines for living a yogic life.  The eight practices of yoga are identified as the “8 Limbs of Yoga” and often are illustrated as a tree with deep roots into the Earth and the eight branches reaching upward toward the sky.  This illustration of the 8 Limbs of Yoga show the foundation of thought that we are bringing our life force (prana) from above and grounding it into the Earth. Each branch represents one of the eight practices. Each practice may occur simultaneously or sequentially resulting in a deep state of well- being (Samadhi). Yoga and meditation classes provide an integrated experience with breathwork, mudras, meditation, asana, and contemplation.


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